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remember this?


it was over $1,000 when released
The FX 62 was released in 2006. Ofcourse intel can release those processors at those prices. They are amazing.
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Are you considering SB-E?
Nah I think its out of my price range.

I'm interested in a Ivy chip if there is a 4c/4t cpu released, otherwise I'll probably wait for Haswell/22nm bulldozer (not the revision) then do an entirely new build, 1.25gb is going to be the downfall of my 470s in coming titles I believe.
    
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Personally, I am. IB will be way to expensive for me, hopefully SB is in like the $400 price range.
Wait, what? An Ivy Bridge that will drop that into your current board will be more expensive than a Sandy Bridge (that you already have, by the way) that needs a new platform? Oh, you'll need more RAM too if you want to take advantage of quad channel RAM (and if you won't, that further defeats the purpose of moving to LGA 2011).

Nothing on LGA 2011 will be close to your price point at release except for the lowest/quad core offering, which is almost literally the same thing as your CPU only with 2MB more L2 cache, and it isn't even fully unlocked! If you want to spend money to go backwards, okay...

This is exactly what I mean by people thinking a CPU is better because of what socket it's on. It varies by CPU. Unless you go to the top on LGA 2011, nothing is worth it from where you stand now.
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remember this?


it was over $1,000 when released
His point is still 100% valid. I don't see what your point was for posting an expensive Intel chip.
    
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Looks like there was a malfunction in earlier's thread closing. Repeating myself now:

First of all, there are no confirmed details about BD performance. So basically, we don't know.

Second of all, it was noted by staff in The Bulldozer Blog thread that:
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Originally Posted by Note from OCN staff
Due to the increase in Bulldozer related threads, and the lack of any hard evidence regarding the performance of said CPU's thus far, please keep all Bulldozer related comments here in this thread. If there are any Bulldozer threads made outside of this thread, they will be removed. If you happen to see one, please hit the report button.

Thank you.
So I am going to have to close this thread. Take your discussion to the Bulldozer Blog thread - and keep it clean.
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